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  • Burb's Eye View: Literacy program is no trivial matter

     Burb's Eye View: Literacy program is no trivial matter
    Last year's citywide spelling bee was an experiment for the Burbank Public Library's literacy program, one that organizers won't try again as they reinvigorate the popular annual fundraiser — a trivia challenge. This year's challenge will in...
  • Need help with Microsoft Windows 8?

    The Lake County Library System is offering free Microsoft Windows 8 classes at various libraries. The program is designed to provide users with a basic overview of Windows 8. The class will cover how to personalize your start screen, how to use the new...
  • Letter to the editor

    The Andover Friends of the Library and the local Subway restaurant on Route 6 in Andover have teamed up to conduct a fundraiser for the Friends group. On Sunday, Aug.24, between 4 and 7 p.m., Subway will donate 50percent of all sales to the Andover...
  • Lower Macungie library hosting event on advocacy

    Lower Macungie Library is hosting an event to teach the public about the nuts and bolts of advocacy. The library will host Margie Stern of PA Forward and Susan Nenstiel of the Lower Macungie Library from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Sept. 20. The...
  • Bristol's 'Countdown to Kindergarten" is Aug. 19

    BRISTOL - The Imagine Nation Museum, the public library and the Bristol School Readiness Council present "Countdown to Kindergarten" on Aug. 19. The day will give youngsters a chance to take a bus ride, meet kindergarten teachers, hear “going to...
  • Former EVMS president elected to oversee Slover Library

    Former EVMS president elected to oversee Slover Library
    Harry Lester, the former president of Eastern Virginia Medical School, was elected to oversee the new Slover Library slated to open in January. The Slover Library Foundation, a nonprofit formed to manage the funds raised in support of the library,...
  • New laws make it easier to file nursing home complaints, donate Obama items

    New laws make it easier to file nursing home complaints, donate Obama items
    SPRINGFIELD — Gov. Pat Quinn on Monday signed a pair of bills that would make it easier to file complaints against nursing homes and allow the state to loan or donate items linked to President Barack Obama when he served in the Illinois General...
  • Early voting for Lake's Aug. 26 primary winds down

    Early voting for Lake's Aug. 26 primary winds down
    The opportunity to take advangage of early voting ahead of the Aug. 26 primary is winding down. The Lake ballot includes races for School Board, county judge, Clermont City Council and House District 31. Registered voters can cast early ballots from...
  • Libraries really are reinventing themselves

    Libraries really are reinventing themselves
    Like everything else disrupted by the Internet, the public library has two choices. There's the straight shot to oblivion, the one now occupied by the phone book, the music store and the printed photo album. Or there is the way of Grumpy Cat....
  • READER SUBMITTED: Storytime Registration

    Stories, music, crafts, fingerplays..it must be time to register for Storytime at the Enfield Public Library! Registration will begin Monday, Sept. 8 at 9 a.m. in the Children's Room and continues through the rest of the week. "Time for Twos" will...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Passport To CT Libraries Statewide Program

    The Connecticut Library Association is proud to sponsor the first Passport to CT Libraries program at all participating public libraries during the month of September, which coincides with Library Card Sign Up Month. Patrons can pick up their passports...